Dr. Marlow's Home for the Sanity-Challenged (Sims 4 Asylum)

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    A Victorian-themed Asylum Challenge!

    After suggesting to his employer, Dr. Marlow, that patients with mental issues should be cared for within society instead of being locked away, Dr. Barnaby Tripp is assumed to have gone insane himself for concocting such a radical notion. Swiftly confined to the Home for the Sanity-Challenged, Barnaby soon gets acquainted with his fellow residents: a depressed nun, a jilted bride, an aggresive ex-military boxer, a kleptomaniac wheeler-dealer, a deluded snob who believes she is royality, a lovelorn music hall singer, and a sickly melancholy poet. In order to earn his freedom, Barnaby must prove that he is sane... whilst also doing his utmost to keep everyone else happy, safe and alive.


    Read it over at bluessimstories.blogspot.co.uk!
     
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    Updated 09/02/17 - One week after his admission, Barnaby tries to cope with both his fellow inmates and the Home's lack of resources.
     
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    Parts Three and Four are now up - love is blossoming in the Asylum!
     
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    #4 midnightchilli, Oct 1, 2017
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    I've just finished reading part one and thought it was well written, I'll definitely continue reading. You've set up a potent mix of characters and I'm looking forward to seeing how they will all interact with each other; it reminds me a little of the film One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975). I also like the Victorian London vibe you've got going with the old-fashioned outfits and the sepia toning. One thing hope you'll explore is the conflict between Tripp and Barlow, I think there's a lot of potential between those two characters.
     
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    Updated 15/05/18. Finally, we're back with Dr. Tripp and company!

    After witnessing recent events in the garden, the poet Laurence Wilde offers Sister Marie-Catherine Rose some advice. Meanwhile, the musical Fifi Rococco makes a discovery that will give her a wonderful opportunity. But are the inmates' troubles really over?
     
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    Updated 01/06/18.

    The inmates become supportive carers as a mysterious plague-like malady seizes several of their number. This leads the most arrogant and standoffish of the Home's eight residents to become Tripp's helper... bringing them closer together in the process.
     
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    Updated 04/07/18.

    When Dr. Tripp finds himself living in a magnificent palace, has he travelled back to some ancient era, or is something more troubling happening to him? Meanwhile, Fifi is struggling with her own delicate health, and a letter brings bad news.

    (I'm having some trouble getting the layout to play ball at the moment - please bear with me!)
     
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    Updated 27/08/18.

    With the Yuletide season arriving at the Asylum, the inmates must say a final, tragic goodbye to one of their number.
     

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